The Philadelphia Eagles’ black substitutes are stupid. There’s a lot of stupidity about the Eagles, and I realize it’s risky to make that claim when they’re 10-1 and their loyalists lurk around every corner thinking they want to share, but people truth cannot be ignored.
With yesteryear’s kelly blues just sitting in the closet rather than serving as the basis for an alternative, that’s simply unacceptable. Choosing to use black in any way, if not part of the team’s color palette, is lazy, boring, and attracts people who don’t understand Punishers very well.
So does Team Canada. Sunday is a good day to see teams with no work wear black. That’s probably why Canada was kicked in by Croatia. Canadian hockey teams also do this in the arena, wearing black. Black never appears on the Canadian flag. If the hockey team wishes to wear black, the hockey team may do so in mourning the dissolution of Hockey Canada. Except it wouldn’t be a traumatic event, so it wouldn’t happen either. If they want to wear black to mourn all the Hockey survivors that Canada has silenced or ignored or allowed to be victimized in the first place by others who have worn the Canadian jersey, then that might be more accurate.
We live in the age of 4K TVs. The color should pop and deflate. See how a game between Chargers and Leaders appears on the screen. Gone are the days of people wanting to look like they worked for Blackwater. Take five minutes to think and come up with something better.
Here is a list of teams that can wear black in their main uniform or in alternate teams, as black is part of their original color scheme:
- Boston Bruins
- Senator from Ottawa
- New Jersey Devil — but only because they should go back to the Christmas tree diagram
- Pittsburgh Penguins
- Philadelphia flyer — but never when orange is always an option
- the kings of LA — also banned for needing to go back to purple and yellow
- brooklyn network — but just because no one cares
- Chicago bulls
- Heat Miami — but just because no one cares
- Portland Trail Blazers
- San Antonio Spurs
- Las Vegas raid
- Cincinnati Bengals
- Pittsburgh Steelworker
- Atlanta Falcon
- Carolina Newspaper — just because no one cares
- Chicago White Sox
That’s it. That’s the list. If you don’t like it, come up with something better and live a little.
All of the loves
Have There will be a lot of nasty topics surrounding the Green Bay Packers, Aaron Rodgers and Jordan Love next week. More than usual, this is hard to do when it comes to the Packers and Rodgers but one of his many well-known qualities is the way he and the team push each other to find new and enhanced ways to fix peeing out the others. This year they’ve ramped up their ability to do so while the team is absolutely lousy, which is better than most drugs for the majority of football viewers world.
This is a:
Apparently, Aaron Rodgers will make $100 million over the next two years. He’s been wetting his own bed and that of several others over the past two years to get that contract. Somehow, it’s hard to believe he’s going to give up that contract.
Monday, Jordan Love will have a crack at the Chicago Bears’ defense next week, that would be ice cream for a cross-eyed mule at this point. He will have a good game. Probably a very good one. Does that mean the Packers will continue their QB lineage into the fourth decade? No no no. But you will hear it.
All we can say is that Rodgers missed the rest of the season (he’s not doing much good at the moment), Love looked pretty good and started off as just a bunch of guys. the parasite began to want him to take the position of leader. promoter. With the rabbit ears that Rodgers has harmonized with everything, it is guaranteed that it will start a soap opera of epic proportions. Suddenly, reports of commercial rumors arriving in Indianapolis or San Francisco could start anew, strangely from people in the media that Rodgers is known to be close to.
Temporary pain for long-term gain, friends.